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Distinguished Forensic Scientist Seminar Series

October 26th, 2000

"Eyewitness Identification:
The Organizing Concept of Relative Judgments"

Gary L. Wells, Ph.D.

Dr. Gary Wells is one of the nation’s most prominent researchers on the reliability of eyewitness identifications. He was appointed by Attorney General Janet Reno to lead the working group that developed the Department of Justice’s guidelines for the collection of eyewitness evidence by law enforcement.

Sponsored by the Department of Psychology and the Legal Psychology Graduate Program.

October 26th, 2000
Green Library 523

August 29th, 2000

"Molecular Diagnosis of Genetic Disorders and the Use of DNA in Forensic Applications in Malaysia"

Prof. Koh Chong-Lek

Ph.D. (London), DIC (Imperial Coll.), FASc, FMSA
Institute of Biological Sciences (Genetics)
Universiti Malaya, Malaysia
Visiting Fulbright Scholar
FIU Department of Biological Sciences

Tuesday, August 29th, 2000 4:00 PM
Wertheim Conservatory - WC130

June 7th, 2000

"Memory Judgements for Traumatic and Nontraumatic Autobiographical Events"

Dr. Don Read

Dr. Read is one of the country’s leading psychologists well known for his research in eyewitness recollections especially under conditions of trauma. He is currently the editor of North American submissions for the prestigious journal, Applied Cognitive Psychology.

Wednesday, June 7th, 2000 10:00 AM
Wertheim Conservatory - WC130

March 17th, 2000

"Capillary Electrophoresis in the Analysis of PCR Products and its Forensic Applications"

Bruce R. McCord, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Ohio University

Friday, March 17th, 2000, 3:30 PM